Senior Michelle Collier was named the Conference USA volleyball co-Player of the Week for her performances against Miami, Houston and TCU.
Collier had a total of 60 kills in the three matches from Oct. 21 to Oct. 26, while leading the Bulls to a first place 8-0 conference record.
The preseason C-USA player of the year had double-doubles in all three matches along with 48 digs and six blocks.
Collier shared the honor with Colleen Hunter of Saint Louis.
Long snares C-USA Offensive Player award
Aleia Long of USF soccer was named Conference USA’s offensive Player of the Week after helping the Bulls to back-to-back wins.
The Bulls defeated Southern Miss 1-0 and UAB 2-1 in double overtime games.
Long has scored three goals in the past four games despite coming off the bench in three of the four of the Bulls’ victories.
“This honor is extremely well deserved,” coach Logan Fleck said. “We’ve always thought that she’s been an impact player, having scored some of our most important goals this season.”
Blackwell has lowest INT percentage in country
Marquel Blackwell brought South Florida football further into the spotlight by leading the nation in interception percentage.
Blackwell has only thrown three interceptions in the Bulls’ seven games this season for an average of 1.15.
Blackwell has thrown 92 consecutive passes without an interception.
Jared Lorenzen of Kentucky is second with 1.29 interceptions per game.